Nibbles

Off the eaten path

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We boast about Boulder County’s culinary wonders more than almost anyone, but diners cannot thrive on local tastes alone. The solution for taste buds...

How to grill an iceberg

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With summer’s heat comes the great unsheathing. For people, it’s shedding the layers of cold-weather clothing to take in the sun’s rays and feel...

Yes, chef?

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The terror comes in the form of a faceless, coked-up chef who screams in my face. Failure is imminent. I’m hopelessly behind in my...

A Superior BBQ

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A salty, oaky aroma wafts over the long line outside Wayne’s Smoke Shack on a June Saturday morning. Based on the blissful expressions on the...

Where the wild things grow

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After a wet spring, some locals see only one thing in their neighborhood: More weeds. These invaders spring up overnight in backyards and cracks...

Aw, shucks!

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When Jax Fish House opened its doors at 928 Pearl St. on Nov. 18, 1994, it faced a wave of skepticism from Boulder diners...

The din at dinner

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One year ago on Memorial Day weekend, I woke up to a wall of silence. Overnight, I’d lost the ability to hear out of...

Tofu, tea and truth

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“Nestled against the Rocky Mountains, Boulder, Colorado, has blossomed into a thriving hub for the natural products and wellness industry,” explained the narrator of...

Tastes of freedom

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Patacónis a simple plantain sandwich with savory fillings favored by Venezuelan families. For Julia Roncoroni, a psychologist and associate professor at the University of...

Under the radar

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No other Longmont restaurant has a view that can beat the panoramic sights at the Flight Deck Grill. Far from Broomfield’s retail districts, the...

Pickler-in-chief

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The pickling gene runs strong in Laraina James’ family — one that thrived as it migrated from New York to Louisiana to Colorado. Her...

A guide to mindful dining

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Waylon Lewis may be the most famous vegan in a city famous for its natural foods. Through Elephant Journal, his independent Boulder-based media platform,...